Training your dog builds a healthy bond between human and your pet. Puppy training has its ups and downs and the more armed you are with knowledge, but information helps to stabilize the whole process. Use the tips to help you train your dog.
There are many ways to make crate train a new puppy. When they go inside to get the bone, shower the dog with praise.
When you do give your dog correction verbally, make sure to use sharp, concise wording. Do not drag on in a rant to your pet about their bad behavior. Say no and redirect your dog to the right thing.
Make sure that you remain controlled when rewarding your dog’s good training behavior. If your dog is responding to your commands and is not overly excited, then reward him only if he/she is calm. While you might be happy with this accomplishment, showing excitement causes the dog to become excited and makes you lose control.
Consistency is key when working on crate training a young dog. When your puppy gets out of its crate you must immediately and unfailingly allow him the opportunity to relieve himself.The dog will grow his bladder so he can hold it for longer and use the restroom.
Do not tie up several dogs closely together. If dogs get tangled up too severely, they may get so wrapped up that air passages are blocked off, and he could die.
A lot of times owners will train their dogs once and not conduct any refreshers.
This lets them know you are serious and he needs to listen. It is important that your dog to understand the difference between a sharp tone for discipline and a sharp but non-punishing command.
Primary reinforcement should be used to train dogs. This utilizes something the dog loves as a means you should reward positive behaviors. Some common reinforcements are food and rubbing the dog’s favorite treat or a belly rub. This will enable your dog know how to earn something that they desire.
Praise your dog often when training sessions. Do not reward unwanted behaviors and praise when your dog responds correctly.
It’s imperative that your dog pay attention to you. Everything you just read is appropriate for use in training your dog to be a better and more obedient member of the family. Training takes time and consistency so do not get discouraged if your dog does not pick things up as quickly as you want them to. If you want your dog to become truly obedient and on his best behavior, you must demonstrate that you are willing to devote your time and energy to helping him.